During this period the Sheriff’s Office responded to 153 calls for service. 23 calls were 911 hang ups which all require a response from an officer. Notable complaints are listed below:
Sgt Ralph Pineo investigated a report of Theft in Marshfield. A homeowner reported that someone had stolen a cord from a stove that was located on a back deck. Investigation continues.
Sgt Ralph Pineo responded to a domestic in Whitneyville. A neighbor had reported screaming coming from the next residence. The parties agreed to not have any further contact until the next day. No charges issued.
Deputy Dennis Worcester responded to a report of shots being fired on Beals Island. After interviewing witnesses it was determined that someone was shooting off fireworks.
Deputy Gregory Sawyer investigated a report of stolen firearms in East Machias. A homeowner reported firearms missing from his home. Investigation continues.
Lt Timothy Tabbutt and Deputy Dennis Worcester investigated a suspicious motor vehicle in Lubec. The driver was arrested for operating under the influence, allowing a minor to consume liquor and use of drug paraphernalia. A passenger was charged with use of drug paraphernalia and another passenger was charged with minor consuming liquor and possession of marijuana.
Sgt Brandon Parker assisted Forest Ranger Jasmine Hammond with an arrest warrant.
Sgt Brandon Parker received a report of theft of firewood. Case referred to the Forestry Department.
Deputy Dennis Worcester responded to a domestic complaint in Steuben. After Deputy Worcester spoke with the parties, it was agreed that they would separate for the evening. No charges at this time.
Lt Timothy Tabbutt investigated a criminal trespass in Addison. A male was arrested for burglary and criminal trespass after repeatedly returning to a residence.
Lt Travis Willey investigated an assault in Perry. A man said he was assaulted by two men while making wreaths at his home. Investigation continues.
Lt Timothy Tabbutt arrested a man for domestic assault in Cherryfield.